The partnership between Australia and Marshall Islands has been beneficial to government services. Last week, the Marshall Islands Sea Patrol received a friendly donation in the form of a flatbed truck from the Australian Defense Force to enhance daily operations.Lt. Commander Lachlan Sommerville, who acts as the Maritime Security Advisor to RMI Sea Patrol, was […]
Ground was broken for a new Training and Operation Center of Maritime Security and Safety for the RMI Ministry of Justice on April 6. The project is funded by Japan as part of its FY2019 Grant Aid Economic and Social Development Program.
The ceremony was attended by Ambassador Kazunari Tanaka, President David Kabua, Ministers Christopher Loeak, […]
KELLY LORENNIJ An unusual development occurred with the swearing in of a small group of fresh police recruits earlier this month: 75 percent of the new Marshall Islands Police Department officers were women. The group of four included three female recruits — Marcela Benjamin, Pamela Rubon and Hezline Taie — and one male, Kraben Hampton […]
Marshall Islands Police Department’s only fire truck was out of action for several weeks with a pump problem. But it was back at the MIPD Uliga headquarters earlier this week after completing repair work. It was unavailable to respond to two recent fires, including one at a building behind Ace’s One Stop Saturday. Saturday’s fire, […]
American fishing captains are asking RMI law enforcement officials to put an end to ongoing assaults and robberies in Majuro of crew members from US-flagged purse seiners. The navigator on a US-flagged purse seiner who was robbed at knife point in a Majuro taxi earlier this month and his captain filed a formal complaint to […]